quantum jump

NOUN
  1. (physics) an abrupt transition of an electron or atom or molecule from one quantum state to another with the emission or absorption of a quantum
  2. a sudden large increase or advance
    this may not insure success but it will represent a quantum leap from last summer
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How To Use quantum jump In A Sentence

  • In the last 50 years, our strategic forces made quantum jumps in effectiveness that surpassed anything the Soviet Union could do.
  • I think, he is thinking that at some point a reduction in lane capacity will be the straw that causes a quantum jump in congestion. Cascade Encourages Members to Send Rasmussen Tums for Nickerson “Indigestion” « PubliCola
  • It requires a "quantum jump. MANAGEMENT: task, responsibilities, practices
  • This is a quantum jump or leap, and it is a very small distance indeed. Times, Sunday Times
  • The birth of the Nautilus literally added a new dimension to undersea warfare... some admirals to so far as to call it a "quantum jump" comparable to the shift from sail to steam.
  • The congregativeness and pervasion effects of the city caused the quantum jump of Xia civilization.
  • This is a quantum jump or leap, and it is a very small distance indeed. Times, Sunday Times
  • This is a quantum jump or leap, and it is a very small distance indeed. Times, Sunday Times
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